Medina is a city in western Saudi Arabia. In the downtown area, the tremendous Al-Masjid a Nabawi Prophet's Mosque is a noteworthy Islamic journey site.
Its striking Green Dome transcends the tombs of the Prophet Muhammad and early Islamic pioneers Abu Bakr and Umar.Because Medina is a hallowed zone, just Muslims are allowed to enter. The air terminal, nonetheless, lies simply outside as far as possible, and a decent perspective of the city can be acquired by nonnatives from flying machine landing there.
The modernization of Medina has not been so quick as that of Jiddah, Riyadh, and other Saudi towns.